Journalist protest in Quetta

Pakistan: Journalists face Contempt of Court charges

Journalists face contempt charges for publishing a report revealing corruption, yet another attempt to suppress independent media.

Covid-19

Global Call Out: COVID-19 takes its toll on independent media

It is essential that citizens have access to accurate, timely and independent news and information during crises and emergencies. Yet despite the current pandemic, journalists and media outlets face mounting threats in fulfilling this critical role.

Fake news misinformation

The rise of “fake news” laws across South East Asia

Serious concern as recently enacted “fake news” laws threaten media freedom across South East Asia.

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Webinar | Reporting hate speech and acts of terror in South East Asia

Join us on Monday 25 March for a webinar on “Developing relevant guidelines & codes of conduct to report hate speech and acts of terror for South East Asia”

Radiodays Kuala Lumpur

RadioDays Asia 2019

The Public Media Alliance is delighted to be an official supporting partner for Radiodays Asia, a new initiative from our colleagues at Radiodays and their partners in the Asia-Pacific region.

Radiodays Kuala Lumpur

Hope for media freedom in Malaysia?

After years of repressive laws and political interference, can Malaysia’s new government pave the way for media freedom?

Call for Papers: MEDCOM 2017

Call for papers: for the third World Conference on Media and Mass Communication